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>>> making news in america this morning. >> gop sweep. blue states turn red with two big victories for republicans on election day. results from the all-important races. >>> tragic end. the bodies of three college students have been found after a search. but still many questions about what happened. >> and consumer alert. a chemical linked to a long list of health problems could be lurking in canned foods. >> it's wednesday, november 4th, 2009. >>> good morning, thanks for being with us on this wednesday. well, republicans are celebrating victories in two key races this morning. voters in new jersey and virginia have chosen the gop candidate as their next governor. >> president obama had campaigned for the democrats in both races. viviana hurtado is joining us from washington for what those results might mean for the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, vinita and jeremy. political analysts say the results are not a referendum on the president but on the state of the economy. republicans will be moving into the governor's office both new jersey and virginia. >> to
. we are deciding whether we are going to create jobs here in america or we're going to send those jobs overseas. and we're certainly deciding whether we are going to have a stronger energy independent america or a weaker oil-addicted america. i think the choice is clear. the challenge before us is one of political will. because americans already know how to do what this bill sets the framework for, we know how to transition to clean energy, how to reduce pollution, how to grow our economy. in my home state of oregon, with a 25% renewable energy standard by 2025, the guarantee of that market, clean energy jobs are growing seven times faster than jobs in the oregon economy as a whole. we have had three solar manufacturers move to the state in the last couple of years. we have communities in rural oregon that are producing partnerships to create jobs in the woods again, to thin the force, to return the forest health, and, in the process, reduce renewable energy from biomass. despite the recession that we currently are in, our economy is 16% larger than it was in 2005. yet, the missions si
are convted of snatching aadical muslim cleric off e streets ilan as partf america's secret rendion program. >>> d from the west bank, a look at disappearing way of li. glass blowing. the struggle to maintain an ancient tradition. > from the world's leading reporterand analysts, here's what's happening fm around the world. this is "worldfocus." mar support has been provided by rosalind p. walter, a the peter g. peterson foundaon, dedicad to promoting fiscal responsibity and addressing key economic challges facing america's future. and adtional funding is provided bthe following suorters -- >>> hello and good ening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. >>> it is a day that many anians happily remember, but most americans would rather forget. today, november the 4th, marks the 30th anniversary of the takeover of theu.s. embassy in tehran. ashey do every year, thsands iranians gathered ouide the former embassy to chant "death to erica." but day they wre met by hundre of opposition protesters chanting "death to the ctator," a referenc to e iranianpresident mahmou ahmadined. things soon turned violent. that is
ideas and find something that's right for america to lower the cost of health care, the pelosi health care bill is going to skyrocket health care, costs for everybody, skyrocket taxes and we've got to stop it and i yield back. . mr. gingrey: i wants to yield to dr. fleming if he has any concluding remarks and i welcome any of my colleagues who remain on the floor if you can. we have another 20 minutes and i would yield back to the gentleman from louisiana. mr. fleming: i thank the gentleman. yeah, to conclude my comments, i was comparing in contrasting the pelosi bill with the republican bill. the bottom line, mr. speaker, is, there's only two ways you can control cost. there is the nancy pelosi way where you have an extremely large governmental system that disconnects the patient and the doctor from the cost and it leaves it to the government. it leaves it to a very, very distant decision maker in the federal government to make decisions about our personal lives and put in force things that we have no control over. that's leading to rationing and long lines the way canada and the u.k
. welcome to "america's newsroom." martha: chris christie collected new jersey's new governor, beating death democratic incumbent jon corzine. republicans have not taken that top spot for 12 years. bob macdonald became virginia's first republican governor in eight years. bill: so does this put the health care debate in a new light? what does this say about a struggling economy? shannon bream is with us. what were the keys for chris christie in new jersey? >> you mentioned the economy was a big deal. we saw that consistently with the exit polling. independent voters over key in the race as well opinion there are 2.4 million unaffiliated registered voters here in new jersey, the biggest bloc. looking at how they decided to vote, 60% went for chris christie, only 30% for jon corzine. they put him over the top. bill: one thing that seemed to backfire on gov. corvine -- corziinne was the negative advertising. >> that is right. the voters thought that he was more guilty of bad, attacking his opponent. it seems to have worked against him. here is what chris christie had to say about that in his vic
the lives of livelihoods of every person in america. for many that means higher taxes and for even more, it will mean an unprecedented intrusion of federal government bureaucrat into the way we receive health care. this is a fundamental erosion of our freedom. the great freedom fighter abraham lincoln gave a speech in springfield, illinois, in 19 -- in 1838 where he touched on the idea of the loss of freedom. he was very explicit. he explained that our country could one day suffer a los of freedom, not by an outside attack, but from within. i'll quote what lincoln said and then give it in its larger context. at what point, then is the approach of danger to be expected? i answer, if it ever reach us, it must spring up amongst us. it cannot come from abroad. its destruction be -- if destruction be our lot, we must ourselveses be its author and finisher. as a nation of free men, we must live through all times, or die by suicide. the larger context of those words is as follows. in the great journal of things happening under the sun, we, the american people, find our account running, under d
desk. they cover america for fox news. if you pan over here, that is the foreign desk. they are covering the globe. and the media this is where all of the branded pictures come in to the fox news channel. you will see this new pictures in boxes on the right-hand side of the screen. in the top box, breaking today, there is a war within the white house about what to do on guantanamo bay. data from one of the president's key allies on closing gtmo, who goes on to say the president has screwed this up. in the mailbox, the president said he wanted health care reform by the end of the year. democrats said it could be done. now, the senate majority leader is pushing back the timeline, and now, there is new concern over the wide divide between the house and senate. in the bottom box, still more bodies being found inside that cleveland house of horrors. the total could now be 10 victims, and there is a gruesome find in a downstairs bucket. harris: a gop sweep and the two closely watched governor's races. in jersey and virginia, both solid blue states that voted for president ob
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of america's most toxic cities it is based on the dirtiness of the air and water. atlanta was first on the list. >> the baltimore county executive smith wants carbon monoxide detectors in rental properties by next year. new buildings should have the detecters. a final voting occur next month. >> doing it now to protect folks. we think it is sound legislation and i'm grateful to everyone who pulled together to get us to this point. >> this move come after 3 died from co poisoning at an apartment complex in essex. how are the roads. candice has our report. >> we are checking our speed for you they are far down. mostly on the west side of the beltway to be expected. 38 miles per hour throughicatonville. 45 on liberty road. we do have major trouble to talk about and it it involved a jfx. an accident a 6 car pile up on northbound lanes of 83 at cold spring lane. check out this shot. this is the 695 exit once you get up to there. it is going tojam packed. you will want to stick with charles street for an alternate root much the beltway it is in the red and it continues. it gets lighte
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death to america outside of the former u.s. embassy in the iranian capital. these are the demonstrations iran's government wants the world to see. they mark the 30th anniversary of the day students stormed the u.s. embassy in teheran, taking 52 americans hostage for more than 400 days. it began a three decade deep freeze in relations between iran and america. but not far away from the pro government rally, antigovernment demonstrators shouted death to dictators, referring to iran's leaders. this amateur video appears to show riot police wielding batons and breaking up demonstrator as gun fire rings out. protesters say iran's revolutionary guard swept through the streets, clubbing and kicking anyone who stood in their way. these demonstrators shout obama, you are either with us or against us. urging the president to support them. they still insist the relex of mahmoud ahmadinejad is a fraud. the iranian leaders warned protesters not to hijack the annual anti-u.s. rally marking the siege of the embassy. 30 years ago, the iranian students denounced the u.s. today they are asking america fo
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their voices to gloat. >> i think there's a political rebellion going on in america. what we saw last night was just a glimpse of it. in our exit polls, well over 80% of voters in new jersey and virginia said they are worried about the economy. those most worried voted for republicans in huge numbers. >> we are in a crisis. the times are extraordinarily difficult, but i stand here tonight full of hope for our future. >> reporter: majorities of voters in those two states, says this was not a referendum on the president. and today, his aides tried to downplay that long term significance of the results. >> these are tough times, and obviously there is a heavy burden and responsibility that falls, that falls on the governing party. and that's just something you accept. that's part of the deal. >> reporter: however, the president did make high-profile trips to rally his base in both states. >> we will not lose this election if all of you are as committed as you were last year. >> reporter: they were not even close. younger voters, president obama's strongest block, stayed home. and the crucial i
at a handful of elections that have sent shock waves across america. is this a sharper cut delivered to the white house or something else? new jersey, virginia, two states won easily by the president last year, now in the hands of the gop. they now say that they are fed up with the economy, taxes, and government spending. his last night a sign of things to come? how could impact the president's agenda? in particular his signature issue of health care reform. karl rove is here with clear and simple facts. he is a fox news contributor, former deputy chief of staff to president george w. bush. your overall take? >> and nothing in politics moves in a straight line, but if i were a democrat this morning i would be nervous. there is a huge swing away from the democrats and toward republicans. not only in new jersey and virginia, but also in pennsylvania. one year ago president obama won the state in a landslide. looking at it, think about the concept of swinging. votes moved away from the democrats last night and into the republican column. in virginia, 12 points. new jersey, 12 points. pe
quote from "the wall street journal." other issuers, such as bank of america, j.p. morgan, chase card services, and discover, recently converted customers' fixed rates to variable ones. "new york times." now congress is moving to limit the penalties of riskier borrowers which is what the underlying legislation did, mr. chairman, let me continue on, who have become a prime source of billions of dollars in fee revenue for the industry and to make up for the lost income, the card companies are going after those people with sterling credit. so now we also find out, again from "usa today," starting next year, bank of america will charge a number of customers an annual fee ranging from $29 to $99. we see that in this same article from "usa today," citigroup has started charging annual fees to cardholders. again, mr. chairman, we have the testimony. many of us predicted this. as i said, way back in march, make no mistake about it if this bill passes, it's going to be a lot harder for people to access the credit they need to pay their bills, cover medical emergencies or finance large purchase
that america promises. thank you. shepard: jon corzine, the now defeated, fox news projects, governor, beaten by chris christie. his administration was mired in problems. it all came down tonight to a loss in the state of new jersey. shannon bream has been covering the campaign. she is there tonight. shannon, they all seem pretty upbeat tonight, despite all. >> the governor came out and took the stage. the folks are so supportive, and they did not get the results they want to tonight, but they wanted to be supportive. they were very gracious chris christie is now the governor elect -- they were very gracious. chris christie is now the governor elect. he said that chris christie had been very gracious to him, as well, and governor corzine had a lot of thanks for people and was very humbled. he may be retiring from the official politics, but he urged folks to keep moving forward with the democratic agenda and not to be discouraged. shep? shepard: shannon bream, thank you. , bret baier, to you. >> -- bret baier, to you. bret: democrats bill owens leads doug hoffman, but that could change. and th
foreign leaders who stop at this table they worry about the deficit. does america have too much debt that it cannot bring the political will to do something about it. >> rose: well, let's realize we actually have two deficits. one is the fiscal deficit this which we need to bring down, but we also have this g.d.p. deaf which we are trying to work our way out of. >> rose: explain the g.d.p. deficit meaning. >> there's a gap between how much the economy could produce and how much it's currently producing which at the beginning of this year was estimated to amount to more than a trillion dollars. to start to fill that hole, we had to take steps like the recovery act to try to get the economy back on its feet. so the problem would be challenging if it were just a fiscal one. but we have the dual deficits and need to address both. and that makes it even more challenging. >> rose: because the current accounts deficit as well. >> which is a reflection... now one of the striking things is we really are living in an exceptional time. normally higher budget deficits-- and, again, last year we
. >>> good morning >>> good morning, america. on this wednesday, november 4th, republican rebound. democrats lose big in governors' races in new jersey and virginia. what does this mean for president obama? we're live with the bottom line. >>> tragic end. the search for three missing college students. how did the softball players end up at the bottom of a pond? >>> hollywood custody fight. why is sandra bullock locked in a bitter battle of custody of a 5-year-old girl? who is fit to raise this child? >>> and an allergic reaction to your husband? we'll meet a woman who discovered on her wedding night that her husband makes her physically ill. it's a medical mystery and we take you there. and good morning to all of you. diane sawyer with robin roberts on this wednesday, november 4th, 2009. >> of course, we now have the results interest those three big races last night. good night for republicans. in new jersey a state president obama carried by 15 percentage points a year ago jon corzine loses to chris christie. the first republican governor there in more than a decade. >> in virginia a state
say that it could have a big impact on the gop's future. we have team coverage for america's election headquarters. molly line is in saranac, new york. major garrett is looking at what results could mean for the president in washington. first, shannon, what is the feeling about the governor's race where you are? >> so many of the group's carl mentioned in virginia are key groups here. minorities and women. what he needs to do is solidify the base and motivated enough to get up the boat. president obama took the state by 15 vote margin, -- 15% margin, campaigning with corzine. they need to get out to the polls and make sure they show up, and we're waiting to find out the numbers of how heavy or light the turnout was today, and that could be a big deciding factor. it is all about the democratic base in this case. shepard: the republican challenger sounded very optimistic today. >> we caught up with chris christie, who is neck and neck in the fight. democrats tend to close strong here in new jersey. he feels good about where he has been, and asked about his prediction, not only does he c
against america while it publicly negotiates with the u.s. over its nuclear program. many of the hostage-takers, then declared heroes by ayatollah khomenei, are now challenging the rnlg jet stream. some are in jail for supporting the green movement of mousavi. protesters who have come out sporadically since the summer are planning to turn out despite government threats of a swift crackdown. 30 years after the embassy takeover, iran is still a complex picture in some degree of turmoil. jeremy and vinita? >> thanks to lara setrakian. >>> three college softball players have been found dead in north dakota. the three young women had made a cryptic call for help sunday night. that call was traced to a cell tower and an aerial search revealed their car at the bottom of a pond. the father of one of the women said they liked to drive out to look at the stars. detectives say they do not suspect foul play. >>> police have released some new images of the missing girl from written. madeline mccann. they are part of a just-released one-minute film about the girl who disappeared in may of 2007. den an
challenges facing america's future. and additional funding is provided by the following supporters -- >>> good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. when hamid karzai was officially declared the winner of afghanistan's presidential election, president obama and other western leaders urged him to root out corruption. today, karzai resp acknowledging that afghanistan does have what he called "a bad name from corruption." he promised to deal with the problem, but a great deal of skepticism remains. that is our lead focus tonight. we begin with jonah hull of al jazeera english. >> hamid karzai's first appearance since being declared president. it seemed a carefully judged affair. not exuberant in victory, but humble, in the knowledge perhaps he'd won by default. >> we are aware of the difficulties of our governance and environment in which we live. we'll keep trying our best to address the questions we have facing afghanistan and to make sure that the wishes of afghan people come true towards an effective, clean government. >> international reaction to president karzai's win has been unanimous
) in america we don't just dream when we sleep- we dream twenty-four seven. we dream with our sleeves rolled up. our dreams are expressed in digits. they're made of steel. add those dreams up- that's free enterprise... growing our economy for the long-run. it's what we need to grow 20 million new jobs in the next 10 years. your dreams make the difference. american free enterprise. it's you. so dream big. female announcer: from jennifer, a sweeping chaise sectional at the unheard of price, now just $399. with luxurious styling and so affordable, just $399. only from jennifer. you don't have to spend a lot to have good taste. >>> in sports the wizards and cavaliers. gilbert had 22 nights on the night. lebron and shaq teemed up -- teamed up for the comeback. the wizards lose 102-90. they host the heat tonight. >>> 6:24. a lot of red skin fans are turning their anger to the team owner. yesterday snyder spoke directly to the fans. >> you feel frustration and sorry for our fans. the performance to date is not what we expected. we hope to turn it around beginning sunday in atlanta. and we hope to have
, m and m's but plenty of beck. follow me! hello, america. here comes extortion again. that's right. yesterday the c.e.o. of the federal reserve bank of new york called the head of new york's largest banks into his lower had the had manhattan offices much we do not know what was said precisely but we do know that the head of the fed told the assembled bankers that they must start cutting executive compensation or the government will do it for them. the government admits it has no lawful authority to regulate compensation at banks but never received tarp funds or paid the funds back already, so what was the extortion? undoubtedly it was a threat to have the fdic audit the banks if they failed to toe the pay czar's line. an fdic audit would cost banks tens of millions in employee loss of time and shareholder loss of value. what's extortion? extortion is a threat to perform a lawful act in order to influence the free will of someone else. well, can the fdic audit these banks? yes. but may it do so to force executives to do what they have a lawful authority not to do? no! today the obam
. stay with us for "good morning america." medical mystery. the wedding night is supposed to be about romance. that's when one woman found out she was allergic to her own husband. >> quite a medical mystery there. we'll find out the surprising reason and the possible remedy coming up on "gma." >>> for updates any time check out our website any time, abcnews.com. >> have a great morning and as always, thanks for watching "america this morn >>> just moments away, a gop sweep in virginia. we will have a wrap of last night's action and find out what is ahead. >> h1n1 apathy. the older kids say they do not buy the swine flu hyper. >> i feel bad for the fans. >> dan snyder says he is sorry but it is not enough for some fans. ptioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good wednesday morning. i'm doug mcelway. >> and i'm alison starling. good morning. great to have you joining us on this wednesday. we will of all of the election results coming up. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >>
manufacturers of america insisted bpa packaging is safe, and, quote, there is no need for consumers to change their purchasing or consumption patterns. officially, the fda agrees. under the bush administration, the fda ruled the bpas in packaging are safe. now under pressure, the obama fda is reviewing the science and promises a decision by the end of the month. tom costello, nbc news, washington. >>> news on the economy tonight. auto sales for the month of october brought good news for two of this nation's big three automakers. gm sales were up 4.7% from 2008. the company's first year over year gain in 21 months. ford's sales were also up over 3%. but chrysler continued to struggle, down 30% from the year before. >>> and warren buffett's company, berkshire hathaway, agreed today to buy the burlington northern railroad. berkshire already owned almost a quarter of the company. now it will own all of it for $26 billion in cash and stock. it's the biggest deal berkshire has ever made. buffett called it, quote, an all-in wager on the economic future of the united states. >>> on wall street here i
america have too much debt that itannot bring the political will to do sething about it. >> rose: wel,let's reaze we acally have two deficits. one is th fisca deficithis which we need to bring down, but we also have thi g.d.p. deaf which we arerying to workur way out of. >> re: explain the g.d.p. deficit meaning. >> there's aap between how much the economyould produce and w much it's currently producinwhich at the beginning ofhis year was estimated to amou to more than a trillion dollars. totart to fill that hole,we had to te steps like the covery act to try to get the economback on its feet. so the problem would be challenging if it were just a fiscal one. but weave the dual deficits and need t aress both. and that makes it even more challenging. >> rose: because the rrent accounts deficit as well. >> which is a reflectn... now one of the strikin things is we really are living an exceptional time. normally higher budt deficits-- and, again, last year we had a $1. trillion deficit.... >> rose: this is theiscal year th ended in septeer 31 of 2009? >> correct. it uld show up as some co
usually protest against the revolution's old enemy: america. but these demonstrators are doing the opposite: protesting against their own regime and then running away with notorious basij militia, armed with batons and riot shields, in hot pursuit. the police had warned reformists not to exploit this anniversary. but it didn't work, so they moved in hitting this man on the pavement, and beating women. one is hit to the ground. a man who tries to intervene is dragged away by the hair. and then a woman takes her life into her own hands. >> ( translated ): there were many injured ladies who were hit very severely. they even followed people into residential buildings, i saw them forcing locks and breaking glass. the issue has changed. it is not about the election any more. it is about freedom of expression. >> reporter: the protesters fought back by filming what they could; and what they've posted on the internet contradicts the official version of events. outside the old u.s. embassy there was the traditional revolutionary rally. thousands of students were bussed in and shouted "d
, across america 94% of markets are not competitive. we need real competition to lower costs. we need the choice of a public health insurance option. >>> and the election results are in as republicans take new jersey and virginia but lose a close race in new york. we'll have the very latest. >>> plus, our time machine takes us back to tv's longest running prime time soap. >> richard and i have been to bed together. >> we'll have a "knots landing" reunion. and we're so excited -- ♪ and i just can't hide it, and i know, i know, i know i want you ♪ >> the pointer sisters will perform their break out hit early this wednesday morning, november 4th, 2009. >> very enthusiastic crowd out here today. right? >> it's a great time. >> and i think part of it is they have the time machine buzz. i've got a serious case of the time machine buzz. >> without a doubt. and you haven't even been traveling in it. it's amazing. if i had the room, i'd take you all in the time machine. look at this machine. >> i want to go there. >> you would go there? all right. maybe i'll take someone in with me. >> it'
the country. america's election headquarters starts right now. greta: this is a special election night edition of "on the record." it is a stunner in virginia. the democrats just got a smack down, virginia voters saying no to the democrats. this time they want a republican governor. meanwhile, in new jersey it is a cliff-hanger. at this hour votes are still being counted. will new jersey return democratic governor jon corzine to the governor's madges -- mansion? are they likewise going to say we want a new guy, a republican? it is very close. carl cameron in virginia, shannon big red machine in new jersey, eric shawn in new york city and molly line live in upstate new york where a congressional seat has pitted some of the biggest names in politics against each other, gingrich, palin, rush limbaugh and more. brit hume and his pan elve will tell you why this election matters to you even if you don't live in these hotly contested states the first to shep, watching the vote count. shepard: first two of the big elve -- biggest races, virginia and new jersey. new jersey is still too close to call. i
america's election headquarters coverage. >> president obama talked education in madison, wisconsin, but said nothing about election results that propelled republicans to victory in governors' races in new jersey and virginia. he also said nothing about the democratic victory and the special house election in upstate new york, but it was that triumph in new york's 23rd congressional district that senior advisor david axelrod seized upon in an interview with fox. >> the new york 23 race was the one race that was really a microcosm of the national debate. the other races in jersey, and in virginia were really state races, very much focused on state issues, and we think it sends a message to other democrats that when we stick together and we fight for the right things, we're going to do well. >> the white house, the republican national chairman and exit polls all agree. the results tuesday were not a referendum on president obama, but independent or young voters did not show up or voted republican in those governors' races that. is a white house concern. >> there was a tremendous dropo
's results and thus so are a lot of influential people around the country. america's election headquarters starts right now. greta: this is a special election night edition of "on the record." it is a stunner in virginia. the democrats just got a smack down, virginia voters saying no to the democrats. this time they want a republican governor. meanwhile, in new jersey it is a cliff-hanger. at this hour votes are still being counted. will new jersey return democratic governor jon corzine to the governor's madges -- mansion? are they likewise going to say we want a new guy, a republican? it is very close. carl cameron in virginia, shannon big red machine in new jersey, eric shawn in new york city and molly line live in upstate new york where a congressional seat has pitted some of the biggest names in politics against each other, gingrich, palin, rush limbaugh and more. brit hume and his pan elve will tell you why this election matters to you even if you don't live in these hotly contested states the first to shep, watching the vote count. shepard: first two of the big elve -- biggest races,
to tonight's results and thus so are a lot of influential people around the country. america's election headquarters starts right now. greta: this is a special election night edition of "on the record." it is a stunner in virginia. the democrats just got a smack down, virginia voters saying no to the democrats. this time they want a republican governor. meanwhile, in new jersey it is a cliff-hanger. at this hour votes are still being counted. will new jersey return democratic governor jon corzine to the governor's madges -- mansion? are they likewise going to say we want a new guy, a republican? it is very close. carl cameron in virginia, shannon big red machine in new jersey, eric shawn in new york city and molly line live in upstate new york where a congressional seat has pitted some of the biggest names in politics against each other, gingrich, palin, rush limbaugh and more. brit hume and his pan elve will tell you why this election matters to you even if you don't live in these hotly contested states the first to shep, watching the vote count. shepard: first two of the big elve -- b
the race for subsidies and giving incentives to reduce barriers to trade between europe and america. please, do let us jointly work for a global economic order that is in the interest of both america and europe. ladies and gentlemen, the global challenges can only be met by comprehensive international cooperation. it's also true for the third great task we need to stand in the 21st century. the war that seemingly separates the present and the future. this war prevents us from doing what is urgently necessary to preserve the basis of our very life and climate. we can already see now where this wasteful attitude falls. icebergs are falling in the artic. the global sea level is rising. i am satellited to note that president obama and you in your daily -- i am delighted to note that president obama and you in your daily work know that the climate is important in your daily task. of new technologies offers great opportunities for growth and innovative jobs. and innovative jobs. . no doubt about it, in december the world will look to us, to theure peaians and to the americans. and it is true ther
by toyota. choose from one of america's best cars or trucks. toyota, moving forward. back to you. >>> when i go to the bel-loc, i love sitting at the counter. you want to talk about a deco piece of restaurant equipment. that milk machine there. >> the dairy farm is now a housing development. it has been there for and a day. >> reporter: isn't that amazing? the bel-loc has been here for 45 years. we are live at the bel-loc diner at raven and joppa. just recognized by "southern living" magazine as one of the best diners on the east coast. >> good morning. >> reporter: a full lot is the end result of 50 years of hard work. >> sometimes people try to be something i'm not. i know i'm a diner. >> reporter: inspiration for a movie. not much has changed here. >> we came here in 1988. we have been coming off and on since then. that says something about the quality. >> very fortunate. that is what most of us business is. >> reporter: this week, the regulars see something new. a first place award from "southern living" magazine. >> i agree with them. the best noodle soup there is. >> it is ranked numbe
, the democrats poured all of their resources in america and made a deal with scozzafava and pulled her in, but what i think is incredible is the showing that doug hoffman made there in a short period of time without any established backing to begin with. neil: well, he had a lot of established people, you, sarah palin, rush limbaugh. >> he was a long way down the road before i got -- i guess mine was the first endorsement, but he was a long way down the road before i stepped in. he had already proven himself, and before long, he had made it so that the republican nominee, who was a liberal candidate, the most liberal candidate in the race, could not win, so she dropped out, and he made a remarkable showing, just a remarkable politician who had never run for office before. i do not think the democrats will say, "do not pay attention to that beautiful horse. we have got a beautiful mousekete here." neil: here is what nancy pelosi had to say. >> from my perspective, we won last night. the republicans have held one seat since the civil war, and we won that seat, so from our standpoint, our ca
's, america's largest cereal maker, has had a change of heart. it's decided to stop making claims on boxes of rice krispies and coco crispies that the cereal can help boost immune systems. critics and many parents say kellogg's was playing on fears of swine flu. >>> there are reports tonight the earth may have one day a new ocean. a team of scientists have taken a close look at a 35-mile-long crack in the ethiopian desert, and that's what they've concluded, or predicted. the crack opened a little less than five years ago, is now 20 feet wide in some spots. >>> if you know anyone who has reported missing baggage after traveling into or out of the phoenix airport lately tonight, there is a possible explanation. police responding to reports of suspicious activity at a baggage carousel questioned a couple, searched their home, and found suitcases everywhere. as many as 1,000 suitcases in all. neighbors said the couple had a couple yard sales that raised some suspicions. they wondered where all the stuff was coming from. the couple's been charged with theft. >>> we'll take a break here. when we
, the secret is swanson, 100% natural chicken broth. >> smith: all over america these days, it seems big brother is watching. go into a store or an elevator, and you're almost certain to be on camera. in one small city in southern pennsylvania, they have taken surveillance to a whole new level. but are the streets any safer? daniel sieberg has tonight's "eye on crime." >> reporter: despite its tranquil dutch country image, lancaster has a crime problem. among cities its size, lancastered that ninth-highest rate of violent crime in 2008. so the city took a dramatic step. more than 160 cameras keep constant vigil on just four square miles, more cameras than in major cities like boston or san francisco. >> somebody's monitoring the camera and they see some suspicious activity, we're notified immediately through 911. >> reporter: here's how it works. a handful of paid workers monitor the cameras 24/7. they can zoom and scan with a joy stick. suspicious activity is reported to 911. a live video feed can go right to police dispatch. cameras have captured crimes like this illegal gun sale. d.u.
. of the united states of america. no, hillary is running for president. obama -- hope you have a wonderful day! >> that kid a web star. he's now 11. his name is lorenzo riviera. clearly he has learned the tough lessons grass roots come paining. i love the way he handled the phone call. >> start them young, kristen. >>> checking out about the poor showing of the team this season, and the wiz saturdays -- wizards see how they matchup. stay tuned for sports. it's 5:00 # 1 -- 5:21. ♪ (announcer) "new simply cookies from pillsbury. simply wholesome ingredients and nothing more." how do you decide between crunchy and soft tacos? why don't we have both? old el paso. hard n soft tacos. true genius. mexican style. >>> at 5:23. here's a look at who is celebrating a birthday today. doris roberts, 79. starred on mash and talking about her jewelry delaware sign -- designs, laura is 62. he survived another year, survivor host and producer, 47. rapper, producer, entrepreneur, sean p diddy combs. >>> the wizards were taking on the cavaliers and they got off to a great start. the wiz were up by 18 in the sec
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